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thanks for attention but I want to say that I know how get ineversion of matrics but i want to know best algorithm till i use this algorithm for write VHDL code ...
so now what's your point .. which algorith is better .
Thank you ...
Writing good computer codes for linear algebra functions (such as matrix inversion) involves many subtleties such as considerations of stability, error propagation, etc. Much work has already done on this subject, and you should probably use already existing software for the purpose.
The Gaussian elimination technique it's easy to work with, and if you also want more stability you may use Gaussian elimination with pivoting and scaling technique
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